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Mallorca - Port Soller

The island of Mallorca is famed for its blissful climate and sweltering summers. Learn more
Beach getaways and nature holidays in Mallorca
Mallorca holidays are the toast of the Mediterranean. Learn more
Beach getaways and nature holidays in Mallorca
Mallorca is home to some of the picturesque scenery in the Mediterranean
Mallorca is home to some of the picturesque scenery in the Mediterranean. Learn more
Mallorca is home to some of the picturesque scenery in the Mediterranean
Exploring Mallorca’s exquisite scenery
Mallorca attractions appeal to an enviable variety of travellers. Learn more
Exploring Mallorca’s exquisite scenery
The island of Mallorca
Mallorca Island beckons travellers from around the world to its sandy beaches, thrilling mountains and bustling cultural life. Learn more
The island of Mallorca
Travellers can choose from a range of tours of Mallorca
Experience the allure of the Mediterranean on a Mallorca tour. Learn more
Travellers can choose from a range of tours of Mallorca
Exploring Palma Cathedral
The city is home to a medley of historic attractions and medieval sights, and Palma Cathedral is among its most celebrated. Learn more
Exploring Palma Cathedral
Bellver Castle
Bellver Castle is one of Mallorca’s most intriguing attractions. Learn more
Bellver Castle
Castell d'Alaro
Castell d’Alaro is one of the most picturesque historic attractions in Mallorca. Learn more
Castell d'Alaro
Spectacular coastal views
The headland Cap de Formentor is notorious for its dramatic views and sheer cliff drops. Learn more
Spectacular coastal views
Clear water and fine white sand make the beaches in Mallorca some of the best in Spain. Learn more
Exploring Serra de Tramuntana
The imposing mountain range serves as an unmistakable focal point in the area, making up part of the stunning natural landscape that surrounds Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa. Learn more
Exploring Serra de Tramuntana
Soller Train
The traditional Palma to Soller train delights thousands of travellers every year. Learn more
Soller Train
Things to do in Mallorca
There is an enviable range of exciting and interesting things to do in Mallorca Learn more
Things to do in Mallorca
Spa in Mallorca
Our spa in Mallorca offers the ideal way to retreat from daily life Learn more
Spa in Mallorca
Mallorca Tour
Tours of Mallorca encapsulate a range of local attractions Learn more
Mallorca Tour

Mallorca - Port Soller

Port Soller is located in the Soller Valley on the rugged and unspoilt Northwest coast of Mallorca, often termed as the Golden Valley for its orchards brimming with oranges, lemons and olives.

Port de Soller has a small natural harbour which is home to yachts, fishing and sailing boats, and as the sun comes up fishermen take to the port to mend their nets. The tranquil yet lively port offers an impressive array of cafes, local fish restaurants, and small craft and gift shops, and also includes a sandy area for swimming off the main esplanade and the larger beach of Es Repic around the bay.

Soller is a thriving and picturesque market town offering visitors a wide variety of artisan shops, bars and restaurants; its Saturday market is very popular with visitors from all over the island for its fresh produce and Mallorcan crafts. The train journey between Soller and the island’s capital of Palma is considered one of the most beautiful train rides in Spain and perfect for keen photographers looking for some dramatic footage. Winding its way through the imposing mountains, the train travels through 13 tunnels, across several bridges-including the famed “Cinc ponts” viaduct with its five arches until it reaches the old historic station in the heart of Palma. The northwest coast, is considered very different from some other areas of the island because to this day it still retains the authenticity, traditions and unspoilt character that attracts discerning holidaymakers to Mallorca.

Connectivity

Port de Soller is easily connected to Soller by road but can also be accessed by the 100 year old wooden tram, a must-do thirty minute ride that takes the visitor through orange groves, farms and narrow cobbled streets until it reaches Soller’s main square with its impressive 12th century church of Sant Bartomeu, bustling cafés and historic architecture.

Transportation

Palma’s international airport has regular direct flights from many European cities, as well as several daily connections to Barcelona and Madrid.

Heritage & History

The Spanish island of Mallorca abounds with culture, history and heritage for visitors to explore.

Mallorca is said to be the cradle of the Talaiotic culture - which dates back to the Iron Age - and the society's structures remain on the island today. The Romans even founded the capital city of Mallorca, Palma, upon the remains of a Talaiotic settlement.

Mallorca went on to serve as a base for the Nationalist navy and air force during the Spanish Civil War, then, since the 1950s, has emerged as one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe.

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Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa

Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa

Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa is a new concept in Mallorca.

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Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa Restaurants

Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa Restaurants

Two fine restaurants serving authentic Balearic cuisine.

Meetings & Events

Meetings & Events

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